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" ... system. The red crystals turn yellow when heated, and resume their red tint on cooling. The yellow crystals obtained by sublimation retain their colour when cooled ; but, on the slightest rubbing or stirring with a pointed instrument, the part which... "
The Brain as an Organ of Mind - Page 6
by H. Charlton Bastian - 1880 - 708 lehte
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Hand-book of Chemistry, 1. köide

Leopold Gmelin - 1848
...sulphur-yellow rhombic tables of the oblique prismatic system. The red crystals turn yellow as often as they are heated, and resume their red tint on cooling. The...group of crystals as far as they adhere together. In this case the yellow crystals retain their external form unchanged, while the compound atoms must...
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Works of the Cavendish Society: Gmelin, Leopold. Hand-book of ..., 2. köide

1848
...sulphur-yellow rhombic tables of the oblique prismatic system. The red crystals turn yellow as often as they are heated, and resume their red tint on cooling. The...group of crystals as far as they adhere together. In this case the yellow crystals retain their external form unchanged, while the compound atoms must...
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Hand-book of Chemistry, 1. köide

Leopold Gmelin - 1848
...sulphur-yellow rhombic tables of the oblique prismatic system. The red crystals turn yellow as often as they are heated, and resume their red tint on cooling. The...by sublimation retain their colour when cooled; but ou the slightest rubbing or stirring with a pointed instrument, the part which is touched turns scarlet,...
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A Dictionary of chemistry and the allied branches of other ..., 2. köide

Henry Watts - 1864
...but when sublimed at a higher temperature, in sulphur-yellow rhombic tables of the monoclinic system. The red crystals turn yellow when heated, and resume...group of crystals as far as they adhere together. Carbonate of calcium, Ca''COa, in the form of calcspar, whose specific gravity =2-721, belongs to the...
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The Second Step in Chemistry: Or, The Student's Guide to the Higher Branches ...

Robert Galloway - 1864 - 774 lehte
...rhombic tables, of tlie oblique prismatic system. The red crystals turn yellow as often as they are heated, and resume their red tint on cooling. The...group of crystals, as far as they adhere together. In this case, the yellow crystals retain their external form unchanged, •while the compound atoms...
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A Dictionary of Chemistry and the Allied Branches of Other Sciences ...

Henry Watts - 1870
...but when sublimed at a higher temperature, in sulphur-yellow rhombic tables of the monoclinic system. The red crystals turn yellow when heated, and resume...group of crystals as far as they adhere together. Carbonate of calcium, Ca''C03, in the form of calcspar, whose specific gravity =2-721, belongs to the...
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The Beginnings of Life: Being Some Account of the Nature, Modes of ..., 2. köide

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...but when sublimed at a higher temperature in sulphur-yellow, rhombic tables of the monoclinic system. The red crystals turn yellow when heated, and resume...group of crystals as far as they adhere together.' (Vol. ii. p. 332.) Then again : — ' Nitrate of potassium usually crystallizes in the form of arragonite...
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The beginnings of life, 2. köide

Henry Charlton Bastian - 1872
...temperature in sulphur-yellow, rhombic tables of the monoclinic system. The red crystals turn yellow *'ben heated, and resume their red tint on cooling. The...group of crystals as far as they adhere together.' (Vol. ii. p. 332.) Then again: — ' Nitrate of potassium usually crystallizes in the form of arragonite...
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Archebiosis

H. Charlton Bastian - 1872
...but when sublimed at a higher temperature in sulphur-yellow, rhombic tables of the monoclinic system. The red crystals turn yellow when heated, and resume...obtained by sublimation retain their colour when cooled j but, on the slightest rubbing or stirring with a pointed instrument, the part which is touched turns...
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The Victorian Review, 4. köide

H. Mortimer Franklyn - 1881
...the crystals are red, but on heating they turn yellow, and on cooling again assume the red tint. " The yellow crystals obtained by sublimation retain their colour when cooled ; but when touched with a pointed instrument the part touched turns scarlet, and this change of colour extends...
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